At this year’s Clerkenwell Design Week, Boss Design will be unveiling new personal workspace solutions and opening the doors of its newly refurbished London showroom. Demonstrating the company’s philosophy on workplace design, visitors to 7 Clerkenwell Road will be guided through six ‘Habitats’ to be considered when creating a high performing work environment, utilising the company’s impressive portfolio of seating and table products.
Making its debut will be Mango – a new personal workspace solution that has been created with headspace in mind. Striking the perfect balance between privacy and ergonomics, Mango allows the user to comfortably escape distractions for extended periods of time without the need to leave the room. The users’ physical wellbeing has been carefully considered throughout Mango’s design. Whilst a high-upholstered screen surround and optional extended privacy screen help to minimise surrounding noise levels, a multi-positioned writing tablet helps to place both work and devices in the most ergonomic manner. Integrated power and data options also provide connectivity, essential for modern-day work and life.
Visitors will be able to appreciate the true flexibility of ATOM, Boss Design’s revolutionary furniture collection designed by Simon Pengelly. Representing one of the most versatile collections on the market – a single family of products capable of furnishing an entire workplace – ATOM consists of modularised seating, tables and desks that will help to create dynamic workplaces enabling everyone to work in their own way. ATOM empowers and inspires designers, allowing them to create an infinite number of configurations suited to a broad array of public, educational, and corporate environments.
TP4, an innovative telephone booth, will also be previewing new features that further enhance individual focused work. TP4 facilitates private telephone or conference calls, as well as providing an alternative space for more concentrated work. Boasting a concealed airflow system, work shelf with power and charging options and an integrated levelling plinth, it adds value and functionality to multiple workplace settings. Featuring beautifully crafted oak relief outer panels together with interior upholstery options and quad strip LED lighting, this eye-catching telephone booth is ergonomically designed to offer a better solution for short-term periods of private, creative and individual work.
Also being displayed is Isla – a new seating and table collection designed to bring a refined, slimline aesthetic to workspace, hospitality and dining environments. Completing the line-up is the company’s pioneering and award-winning Trinetic task chair that continues to set the benchmark for the task seating market.
Brian Murray, Founder and Chairman at Boss Design, comments: “There’s no better event than the Clerkenwell Design Week Festival to reveal Mango, our new personal workspace solution, and our newly refurbished London showroom. Great workplace design is no longer just about specifying furniture for the space available, it’s about identifying Habitats, balancing efficiency of space and effectiveness of people. Our stunning new showroom has been designed with this firmly in mind. The new layout will demonstrate the importance of creating well-organised Habitats to support workers in all their activities and surroundings.”